Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, Volume 30

Minifying of Negative Agricultural Externalities

Bernardas Vaznonis, Vytautas Vaznonis
Aleksandras Stulginskis University


One of the factors which have an influence on formation of agricultural and food products market failure is agricultural externalities. In agricultural products prices reflect just producer‘s private costs of goods creating, while external costs do not reflect. Due to intensive and environmentally unbalanced agricultural activity there is made a big damage for environment. Following this arise the necessity to ground the best implements for negative agricultural externalities regulation. Using the theories of market failure and welfare economics in the article is reasoned the necessity of agricultural negative externalities economic regulation, there are formulated economic regulation methodological principles of agricultural externalities effects also evaluated agricultural externalities effects regulation implements.

Keyword(s): agriculture; economic regulation; negative externalities

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